The Oregon Clinic - Northwest Vein Specialists

About

Services Offered

  • Minimally Invasive Endovenous Laser Treatment (EVLT)
  • Ligation
  • Stripping
  • Phlebectomy
  • Compression Stocking
  • Sclerotherapy

We specialize in treating the following conditions:

  • Varicose Veins
  • Spider Veins
  • Reticular Veins
  • High pressured small vein disease
  • Small-branching varices

Call (503) 281-0561 to schedule an appointment today, or request an appointment online.

Our Team

Team of Experts

Our team of surgeons specialize in correcting and dimishing varicose and spider veins. Utilizing the best in minimally invasive practices, we perform corrective procedures in a comfortable office environmnent. Make an appointment today to talk to one of our  board-certified surgeons and learn what treatment options and solutions we provide to improve both your looks and health.

Areas of Focus:
Thyroid & Parathyroid Surgery, Minimally Invasive Hernia Surgery, Minimally Invasive Adrenal Surgery, Gallbladder Surgery, Varicose Vein Treatment
Areas of Focus:
Hernia Surgery, including Open & Laparoscopic, Gallbladder Surgery, Sports Hernia, Varicose Vein Treatment, Acute Care Surgery

What to Expect

Spider Veins

Spider Veins can be an annoyance that dimishes the look of otherwise healthy and vibrant skin. Although they often appear on the legs, many people have them on their face, neck, and chest. Spider Veins are caused when small blood vessels just below the service become damaged. Luckily, there are improved treatment methods available. Facial spider veins can be treated with a simple 30-minute laser treatment that is virtually pain free and requires no down time.

Varicose Veins

Varicose Veins are dilated and ropy appearing blue vessels visible under the skin, often a ¼ inch or larger in diameter. Varicose veins are caused when a damaged vein causes blood to flow in the wrong direction. When the vein does not function properly, blood pools, pressure builds up, and the veins become weakened, enlarged, and twisted. This is called venous insufficiency. The most common site of varicose veins is in the leg.